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CSI Staff Awarded at NUSMed Awards Ceremony 2017

Prof. Chng Wee Joo - Researcher of the Year, Dr. Polly Chen - Young Researcher of the Year, Dr. Alan Prem Kumar - Graduate Student Mentor of the Year Congratulations to Professor Chng Wee Joo, Dr. Polly Chen and Dr. Alan Prem Kumar, who were awarded for their research achievements at the NUS Medicine (NUSMed)

CSI Singapore Welcomes Nanyang Girls’ High School

NYGH Girls with Dr. Yvonne Tay & team

Frontiers in Cancer Science 2016

The annual international flagship conference for cancer science in Singapore returned on the 7 – 9 November 2016. The 8th Frontiers in Cancer Science (FCS) featured an impressive program with 2 keynote speakers, 12 international speakers and 16 local speakers over the span of 3 days. FCS 2016 is jointly organized by the Cancer Science

Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2016

October is dedicated to breast cancer. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an annual international health campaign that aims to increase awareness of breast cancer and raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure. For this month, CSI Singapore would like to debunk some myths shrouding breast cancer. MYTH #1: Men do

CSI Open House 2016

On 30th September, CSI Singapore hosted the annual Open House and opened its doors to tertiary students. These students who came from varied backgrounds - from Junior College students to current NTU and NUS undergraduates and graduates – have a common interest in cancer science and the PhD programs we offer. They were warmly welcomed

Leukemia & Lymphoma Cancers Awareness Month

How Can You Play Your Part? YOU CAN make a difference! Support our research by making a donation to CSI Singapore today. Your gift to us will accelerate our abilities to continue this vital work. Big or small, contributions will be carefully invested in important areas such as clinical trials, research technologies, and graduate program to

STEM Series Part 3: An Interview with our Graduate Students

Most, if not all, research scientists begin their career after spending an average of five years in graduate school completing their PhD, which opens the doors to a career as a post-doctoral researcher. When a PhD requires so much time and effort, why do people chose to do it? What happens after a PhD? [From

STEM Series Part 2: A Success Story of a Young Singaporean Scientist

In Part 2 of our STEM Series on how CSI Singapore supports the pursuit of STEM related courses and careers, we feature our very own CSI Singapore Principal Investigator, Dr Tam Wai Leong. Dr Tam is a young and promising Singaporean scientist who was educated and trained in Singapore. He was recently featured in The

STEM Series Part 1: Igniting the Girls’ Passion in Science

The buzz is all about “Application”. People are driven not only by how much they know, but also in applying the knowledge to various aspects of life. It is important to nurture curious and analytical minds which can make sense of information and apply it to the world around us. These are the types of